Business Ethics Journal Review 7 (2):7-13 (2019)

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Jacob Sparks
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Abstract
Brennan and Jaworski (2018) accuse me of misunderstanding their thesis and failing to produce a counterexample to it. In this Response, I clarify my central argument in “Can’t Buy Me Love,” explain why I used prostitution as an example, and work to advance the debate.
Keywords commodification  semiotics  markets  business
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ISBN(s) 2326-7526
DOI 10.12747/bejr2019.07.02
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